The Ministry of the Interior is deporting an American citizen for overstaying his visa by 53 days.
National Road Number 4, which runs through Kampong Seila district, is being threatened by heavy rain and subsequent flooding, an official said.
“Once Upon a Time.Phnom Penh” is a new exhibition at the Institut Francais which will open at the end of this month.
While garment workers are taking the $177 campaign to the streets, international buyers are cutting back on orders from Cambodia, said Minister of Labor and Vocational Training, Ith Sam Heng.
Campaign $177 began today with a one-hour rally at the Canadia Industrial Park.
Trade unions will start a new campaign for a minimum wage hike on September 17, according to Ath Thon, head of the Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers Democratic Union.
The Ministry of Tourism, along with UNESCO and other international travel organizations, have endorsed the role of sustainable tourism in community development, at a conference in Phnom Penh…
Cambodian rice exports have dropped by 1.2 percent though much of the first three quarters of 2014, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
Police confiscated more than 15 cubic meters of exotic timber (worth $300,000) at the house of a smuggler in the Prey Chhor district of Kampong Cham province on September 14.
The Cambodia Tourism Federation will host the third annual hospitality competition which will take place on Diamond Island from October 8 to 10.
Cambodia and the Philippines are looking to boost bilateral trade, and aviation.
A Russian Orthodox church, set to be 21 meters high, will be the first of three planned projects to be built in Sihanoukville.
Prime Minister Hun Sen heads the Cambodian delegation to the 11th ASEAN-China Expo in Nanning City,located in southwest China’s Guangxi province.
The Chbar Ampov district police arrested 28-year-old Ham Sakirin, alias Damrei (Elephant), on charges of robbery.
Provincial Police arrested 25-year-old American Ian Andrew Heller in Sihanoukville on immigration charges relating to overstaying his visa on September 13.
Civil society groups have outlined three major challenges facing Cambodia, which will require real democracy to resolve.
The media reports that three journalists were arrested by the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) in Kampot last weekend have been declared a misunderstanding.
Almost a dozen people from the Areng community, and from the human rights and environmental NGO Mother Nature were arrested by local authorities.
The Youth Resource Development Program (YRDP) organized a dialogue on ending political labeling at the Zaman University of Cambodia in Tuoul Kork.
Major General Kem Marintha of the Ministry of National Defense, was arrested by the Thai police after being accused of killing his second wife and daughter.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court will not drop the charges against six presidents of worker unions.
Hundreds of students and young techies, toting smart phones and tablets, converge at BarCamp Phnom Penh this weekend for Cambodia’s first-ever international technology conference.
Authorities and police broke the monks’ Illegal hunger strike in front of Chinese embassy today.
The Japanese government has donated nearly $1 million for mine clearing operations in Cambodia.
National Assembly president, Heng Samrin, will head Cambodian high ranking delegates to the 35th Asean Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA) in Lao’s capital, Vientiane, from September 13-17.
The spokesman of the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry, Le Hai Binh, called on the Cambodian administration to take effective measures tand put an end the protesters’ misbehavior.
The Extraordinary Chambers in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC) received a contribution of $10,000 to its national component.